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Cambridge Journals announces Article Rental
Cambridge Journals publishes over 280 peer-reviewed academic journals across a wide spread of subject areas, many of which are the leading academic publications in their fields.
However, the cost of accessing research can sometimes be a barrier for customers who are not able to subscribe, so the new rental scheme has been launched as part of the latest release of improvements to Cambridge Journals Online (CJO).
For just £3.99, $5.99 or €4.49, users are now able to read single articles online for up to 24 hours, a saving of up to 86% compared with the cost of purchasing the article. After registration and payment, the reader is emailed a link, through which they can access and read the article in PDF format as often as they wish during the subsequent 24 hours.
Article Rental will initially be rolled out across all Journals owned by Cambridge University Press, with the expectation that journals published by Cambridge on behalf of Learned Societies will soon follow.
It is planned that Article Rental will also become available via CJO Mobile, a version of CJO developed for mobile devices, to create a solution for readers who wish to access articles while on the move.
Cambridge University Press is committed to widening dissemination and lowering barriers to accessing journal articles. For more information on Article Rental click here.
Wednesday, 7 December 2011
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